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Table 1 Table of tool performance. Performance was estimated using an Intel Xeon CPU E5-2670 v2 possessing a processor base frequency of 2.50 GHz. Statistics were acquired using the “seff” command on the SLURM workload manager for the computing cluster at Michigan State University. TE Density calculations are performed over chromosomes (pseudomolecules) independently, each chromosome can only utilize one processor at a time. * Chromosomes 7 and 13 were used for the human genome dataset, the genome size is the sum of the lengths of the two chromosomes. The repeat content was not reassessed on a chromosome-by-chromosome basis, and the percentage is referenced from publications [70]. For the other genomes, repeat annotations and content estimates were derived using the de-novo TE annotator EDTA and may differ from each genome’s respective datasets. Wall time and CPU hours are in day-hh:mm:ss format. Default windows were used (n=20) and the variable, “Max TE Calculations” is defined as the maximum number of unique TE order or superfamily names, whichever is greater

From: TE Density: a tool to investigate the biology of transposable elements

Genome Chromosome Number Processors Used Genome Size (GB) Repeat Content Wall Time CPU Hours Memory Utilized (GB) Window X Max TE Calculations
A. thaliana 5 5 0.135 14.91% † 00:51:31 02:32:16 32.18 20 X 13
V. corymbosum 48 20 1.630 46.50% † 19:34:19 1-23:02:32 603.77 20 X 14
O. sativa 12 12 0.500 49.46% † 03:17:23 07:20:49 243.54 20 X 13
O. glaberrima 12 12 0.358 39.90% † 02:15:09 04:53:56 154.18 20 X 13
H. sapiens 2* 2 0.274* 66% * 5-22:20:15 6-00:07:52 164.80 20 X 35